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Herman Stool ,Warm Grey

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MSRP: $199.00
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Item Description

In an elegant and contemporary play on colors, contrasts and textures, the Herman stool made of natural oak veneer set on a classic powder-coated metal frame. The stackable stool, designed by Herman Studio, features a generous oval-shaped seat. The colorway lends a contemporary feel to the classic silhouette and a splash of seasonal color to your room.


  • Plywood core with painted oak veneer and Forbo linoleum top.
  • Powder coated metal legs.

About Ferm Living

Ferm Living takes pride in creating products that help you balance the contrasts of life. From their base in Copenhagen, they work with artisans around the world, fusing their Scandinavian mindset with global skills and traditions. The result is furniture and accessories with a modern sensibility but with unexpected details.
  • Overall: 18"H x 14"W x 12"D
  • Care: Wipe with a damp cloth. Linoleum can be treated with special care to remove scratches.
  • Weight: 6.39 lbs.
  • Veneer
  • Plywood
  • Weight: 5 Lbs
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  • Lithuania
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